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NTEU members at the University of Western Sydney are staging a half day strike tomorrow Wednesday October 23rd. They will picket the university’s main Parramatta South campus. With very little ...
At last week's NTEU meeting members unanimously voted for the motion:
We resolve to take a half day strike on October 23rd and picket Parramatta campus from 7am. If there is no appropriate ...
Classes will be cancelled and services closed for 24 hours this Thursday 10 October as RMIT University academic and professional staff strike for their new Enterprise Agreement.
Picket lines ...
At a very well attended NTEU members’ meeting on Tuesday, October 01, members voted overwhelmingly to accept a new offer from University management to resolve the current enterprise bargaining dispute and therefore to cancel next week’s planned 72-hour strike. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes to members.The following motions were passed:• That this meeting of NTEU members endorses the new offer from the University management.• This offer includes a 14.5% salary increase to March 2017; a $540 sign-on bonus; one extra concessional day per year during the December/January close down; and, for Academic Staff, 3 research days per year, and, for General Staff, 3 Career Development days per year.• That this meeting of NTEU members cancels next week’s planned 72 hour strike.Motions of thanks were also moved from the floor and passed with acclamation. The bargaining team, campaign committee, branch committee, activists and membership were thanked. As were the students who campaigned with staff, joined the pickets and shared our fight for quality education and quality working conditions. The applause was heartfelt and extended.Thank you for your support throughout the campaign. It has been a tremendous collective effort. The gains made at the bargaining table and the conditions that have been secured are a result of the collective strength and solidarity of the membership. Of that we should all be proud.•
Media Release: JCU Staff Reject Double Standards On Salary and Vote To Take Further Industrial Action
Union members at James Cook University yesterday voted to reject a pay offer of 3%, and determined to take further industrial action in support of their claims.
Union members roundly condemned the ...
Deakin University and the NTEU have provisionally agreed on comprehensive terms for a new enterprise agreement.
The new agreement will include a 3% annual salary increase, and a $1200 initial ...
Staff at Melbourne’s Centre for Adult Education (CAE) aim to stop traffic in Flinders Lane for 30 minutes from 3pm today (Thursday), over management’s threat to remove the right of staff ...
Swinburne University of Technology staff will strike for 24 hours tomorrow (Wednesday), following the failure of collective agreement negotiations.
Members of the National Tertiary Education Union ...
Victorian and Western Australian universities are amongst the worst employers when it comes to the gender pay gap for general staff, according to figures for 2012 released by the National Tertiary ...
Staff at the University of Sydney are taking the extraordinary measure of striking tomorrow (Saturday 31 August) on the university’s Open Day. It’s the 7th day of strike action since March over stalled collective agreement negotiations.
University staff will gather at the main gates on campus to explain to prospective students – and their families – the reasons for their collective bargaining campaign and how deteriorating staff working conditions will affect the quality of education and the conditions of learning.
NTEU Branch President Michael Thomson said it was a serious issue but the union action at Open Day would also be fun and informative, with barbeques, balloons, and music laid